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Mylan Buys Abbott's Non-U.S. Generic Drugs Portfolio

July 22, 2014
The deal will cost an estimated $5.3 billion and involve more than 100 products in several key areas
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McDonald's, KFC involved In another China food safety scandal

July 22, 2014
Chinese authorities investigating after a report exposed a supplier falsifying product expiration dates
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EPA grants $2.1m for water quality projects in urban communities

July 22, 2014
Some 37 organizations in 17 states will access $2.1 million through the EPA Urban Water program
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Federal Regulators green-light east-coast offshore oil exploration

July 22, 2014
Companies to use air guns and sonic sensors to pinpoint deposits from Delaware to Florida
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New series of earthquakes shakes Oklahoma

July 21, 2014
A series of earthquakes in Oklahoma occurring within hours of one another has added evidence to earlier scientific claims that the unusual seismic activity registered in the state recently is caused by fracking-related operations.
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Duke Energy recovers 2,500 tons of coal ash from Dan River

July 21, 2014
Electric-power Co. Duke Energy has dredged up approximately 2,500 tons of ash and sediment in its cleanup efforts in the aftermath of the Dan River spill. Tests on samples of water from the river and sediment at its bottom showed toxic metals below federal limits.
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DNA sequencing test developed to identify salmonella strains

July 21, 2014
Scientists at Cornell University's Food Safety Lab are working on an innovative method to quickly detect and identify strains of salmonella, making it possible for health and safety authorities to rapidly respond to foodborne disease outbreaks.
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Local governments disagree on extended clean water act regulation

July 21, 2014
Local governments in the United States are trying to find a middle ground on opposing opinions regarding new federal Clean Water Act rules causing much discussion among farmers, industry leaders and environmentalists.
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Koppers Holdings plans Illinois naphthalene plant

July 18, 2014
The company announced this week that it would apply for a series of environmental permits and was also looking at the possibility of consolidating its tar distillation businesses across North America. If all goes well, the company expects the facility to be in operation in early 2016.
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Oil industry in rush to replace old tank cars

July 18, 2014
The U.S. Transportation Department has drafted rules that provision a six-year period for oil companies and railroad operators to replace old tank cars that are prone to rupture with new, safer ones, but it seems that operators have no plans to wait that long.
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